Japanese Peach Lusterware Cherry Blossom Design Luncheon Set for Four

$395

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Gorgeous set for four peach lusterware Japanese luncheon set in the cherry blossom design. Comprised of four luncheon plates, four cups and four saucers. All are in wonderful vintage condition with no chips, cracks, or crazing. Circa early to mid-20th century.

 

Luncheon Plates:

  • Height – .75 Inches
  • Diameter – 7.5 Inches

 

Cups:

  • Height – 2.25 Inches
  • Diameter – 3.25 Inches

 

Saucers:

  • Height – .75 Inches
  • Diameter – 5.5 Inches

 

Boxed Size:

  • Height – 17 Inches
  • Width – 16 Inches
  • Depth – 16 Inches
  • Weight – 9 Pounds

 

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STYLE / PERIOD

COUNTRY OF ORIGIN

MATERIALS

China

LINE/COLLECTION

Lustreware

CIRCA

Early 20th Century, Mid-20th Century

SUBJECT

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Description

What a lovely little luncheon set for four. It is in very, very good condition, made in Japan, and circa 1920s-1950s. It’s peach colored lusterware glaze is beautifully hand decorated with the most delicate cherry blossom design and its thin porcelain structure is light as a feather making it almost transparent. Lusterware or Lustreware is a type of pottery, porcelain, or china with a metallic glaze that gives an iridescent effect which is produced by metallic oxides in an overglaze finish. Lustre glazes were first known to be applied to pottery during the 9th century in Mesopotamia. This set with its charming color and design will grace your table handsomely. You must make it yours.

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STYLE / PERIOD

COUNTRY OF ORIGIN

MATERIALS

China

LINE/COLLECTION

Lustreware

CIRCA

Early 20th Century, Mid-20th Century

SUBJECT